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Guidelines for Producing Statistics on Violence against Women: Statistical Surveys

UN, The Department of Economic and Social Affairs,

Rok2013
Rodzaj dokumentuOpracowanie metodologiczne
Rodzaj badaniastatystyczne
ISBN978-92-1-161567-8
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SPIS TREŚCI
Introduction 

Chapter I 
Role of statistical surveys on violence against women
The need for surveys on violence against women 
The role of national statistical agencies 
Essential considerations for surveys on violence against women
The use of survey modules for collecting data on violence against women

Chapter II
Concepts, definitions and data requirements
Definition of violence against women
Focus of the current Guidelines
Target population, time frame and unit of observation 
Target population 
Time frame of violence 
Count of persons versus count of incidents
Topics for inclusion in surveys on violence against women 
Physical violence
Sexual violence 
Psychological violence
Economic violence
Female genital mutilation
Attitude towards violence against women
Reporting to authorities/seeking help
Descriptive variables 
Severity of violence 
Relationship of victim to perpetrator 
Frequency of violence
Location of violence
Core topics and core descriptive variables: Summary 
Personal characteristics of respondents 
Marital/relationship status
Age
Age at first marriage 
Educational attainment and literacy)
Economic activity status 
Place of residence
Ethnicity
Religion
Language
Personal characteristics of intimate partners
Age
Educational attainment and literacy 
Economic activity status 
Substance abuse 
Witnessing partner violence or experiencing childhood violence in the family of origin
Personal characteristics of non-intimate partners perpetrators
Sex 

Chapter III 
Planning a survey on violence against women 
Establishing the legal basis 
Consultation with stakeholders
Specifying the objectives of the survey
Choosing the mode of data collection
Interviewer-assisted methods 
Self-administered methods
Combination of methods
Budget and timeline 
Establishing the organizational structure
Sample design 
Sample size determination 
Structure of the sample 
The sampling frame 
Selection of interviewers
Study protocol

Chapter IV 
Questionnaire design 
Background qualitative research
Important aspects of questionnaire development
Questionnaire content
Questions aimed at measuring experiences of violence 
Questions aimed at producing statistics on the core indicators identified by the Friend of the Chair of the United Nations Statistical Commission on indicators on violence against women
Types of violence against women 
Classification and characteristics of violence against women
Personal characteristics of respondents
Questions aimed at producing statistics on additional variables 
a. Personal characteristics of respondents 
b. Experiences of violence
c. Personal characteristics of intimate partners
d. Personal characteristics of non-intimate partners 
Sequence of questions 
Use of skips and filters
Other aspects of questionnaire design
Testing a questionnaire
Informal testing/pretesting 
Split samples or alternatives test 
Expert revision 
Cognitive testing 
Behavioural coding of interviews

Chapter V
Survey implementation 
Training of interviewers
Basic training 
Specialized training for surveys on violence against women
Training manuals
Ethical issues in the implementation of violence against women surveys
Safety of respondents 
Safety and well-being of interviewers
Confidentiality and anonymity
Minimizing and responding to emotional distress 
Ethical conduct of statisticians
Quality control during the data collection phase 
Overseeing interviewers’ work and performance
Reducing unit non-response
Reducing item non-response 
Pilot testing

Chapter VI 
Data processing and analysis 
Data coding and editing 
Data capture and coding
Data editing and verification
Data imputation 
Weighting of data
Computing sampling error
Data analysis and tabulation 
Dissemination of results
Release of survey findings 
Production of metadata 
Creation of a data file
Evaluation of the survey processes 
Final Steps 

Annex I 
International instruments that aim to strengthen the collection of data on violence against women 
Annex II
Other sources of statistics on violence against women 
Annex III 
Selected countries that have conducted violence against women surveys since 2000 
Annex IV.
Example of a public campaign: Violence prevention in Italy 
Annex V
Design components of selected surveys on violence against women
Annex VI
Recommended tabulations for the core indicators identified by the Friends of the Chair of the United Nations Statistical Commission on indicators on violence against women
Annex VII
A model questionnaire for producing statistics on the core indicators identified by the Friends of the Chair of the United Nations Statistical Commission on indicators on violence against women 
Annex VIII 
Good practice for survey questions on additional variables/topics 
References